Round 2, Pick 64: Kingsley Enagbare, EDGE, South Carolina
Enagbare is a forgotten man in the loaded pass rusher class this year. He didn’t test as well as others, but he boasts an NFL frame and shows a lot of potential as a threat to the quarterback. He can instantly step in to fill the role vacated by Shelby Harris, serving as the DE in a 3-4.
Round 3, Pick 75: Quay Walker, LB, Georgia
Landing Quay Walker would be quite the steal at this point in the draft. He’s not a master at any one quality, but he is good enough at every aspect of playing linebacker to hold his own. Walker also has untapped potential as a pass rusher that I would love to see a team utilize. Another plug-and-play starter for the Denver Broncos.
Round 3, Pick 96: Trey McBride, TE, Colorado State
I know, I know. There are other needs that could be addressed here, but this is purely a best player available pick. The value was way too good to pass up on Trey McBride, who is thought of in some circles as the best tight end prospect in the 2022 NFL Draft. McBride gets to stay in Colorado after a stellar college career, and will look to make a name for himself on Sundays in the orange and blue.